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  • Good minds stand up0

    Where were the good minds when they did me wrong? So what if we wore tight pants, so what if we had long hair and straightened it, we probably stole your girlfriend, but still… So. Much. Hate. Looking back on my old days, there is still no regret – from the eyeliner to the beat

  • Good minds stand up by choosing good thoughts0

    What does it mean to use a good mind, and how would our struggles surrounding bullying and lateral violence be affected if we governed ourselves by this simple concept in our day-to-day interactions? This is one of the many questions we asked ourselves at the beginning of the “Good Minds Stand Up” campaign, and we

  • Sometimes even adults can be bullies

    Sometimes even adults can be bullies0

    Johnson said that kids now are mostly aware of bullying, and that the responsibilities are now with adults to reinforce those behaviors in youth. “Sometimes bullying doesn’t just stop when you tell someone to stop. You might need to get the help of other people. Know your advocates and they will help you try to deal with this.”

  • Don Jackson Interview – Spirits of Wampum

    Don Jackson Interview – Spirits of Wampum0

    SIX NATIONS – The Two Row Times is excited to welcome a new comic series, ‘Spirits of Wampum’, illustrated by Don Jackson. ‘Spirits of the Wampum’ will be featured regularly in the Two Row Times, taking a new and exciting approach to the spirit of friendship. We spoke with the artist about his work and

  • Good Minds Stand Up to Bullying0

    Welcome to the first edition of the Good Minds Stand Up campaign! The Two Row Times and the Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation are taking the month of October to focus on encouraging everyone to stand up against bullying. Throughout the next few weeks we will be highlighting different stories on bullying: the statistics, the stories and

  • Learn the early warning signs of bullying

    Learn the early warning signs of bullying0

    Children grow and develop their personalities in various ways. While many youngsters are teased or receive some good-natured ribbing at some point in their school careers, some teasing can eventually turn into bullying. The National Education Association estimates that 160,000 children miss school every day due to fear of attack or intimidation by other students.